Fjord Serenity - Kayak More Tomorrow

Fjord Serenity

WILD NORWEGIAN FJORDS!

Norway’s Grand Fjord (Storfjord), where the surging north Atlantic Ocean meets the majestic Sunnmøre Alps where a giant ravine like fjord carries the surging ocean inland banked by steep sheer walls that give way to towering peaks. Feeling small in our sea kayaks as we glide out onto the fjord waters and the over-whelming majesty of our surroundings hits us with a view like a painted canvas of deep blue water, lush green forests giving way to chiselled rocky peaks, and an endless blue sky with wisps of white. Here, the history and culture of a rugged mountain people and the waterways that connected them come alive as we paddle these majestic waterways.


Duration:

  • 4 Hours


Included:
  • Certified Guide(s)

  • Homemade Picnic Lunch (we are happy to accommodate all dietary restrictions)

 All Paddling Gear:
  • Paddle

  • Personal Floation Devise (PFD) 

  • Spray Skirt

Optional Gear:
  • Poggies (for cold hands)

  • Dry Bags (small for phones & cameras)

  • Splash Jackets & Pants (if needed)


Level of Difficulty:
  • Easy


This Tour is for Private Guided Groups - Choose your own start time!


Starting Point:

Kayak More Tomorrow is a fully accredited sea kayak tour company; we know that getting going is what it is all about. Therefore, all our tours begin with our driver picking you up at your scheduled meeting point for the short drive out to our staging/launching site. Here, your guide is waiting for you and without further ado you will gear up and get going. You may leave any extra bags, clothing, etc. that you don’t want to take with you on the trip with us at the launching site. Also, if you have forgotten anything like sun screen, water, etc. we will be able to help you out here as well. 


Tour Price:
  • Adults: (ages 13 and over)               — € 240 (per adult)  

  • Children: (ages 12 and younger)      — € 195 (per child) 

The coastal waters of western Norway boast some of the best sea kayaking on the planet. Here outer islands break the surge of the North Atlantic before it descends long deep fjords winding through granite spires rising like giant monoliths from the foaming sea.

Norway’s Grand Fjord (Storfjord), where the surging north Atlantic Ocean meets the majestic Sunnmøre Alps where a giant ravine like fjord carries the surging ocean inland banked by steep sheer walls that give way to towering peaks. 

Feeling small in our sea kayaks as we glide out onto the glistening fjord waters the over-whelming majesty of our surroundings hits us with a view like a painted canvas of deep blue water, lush green forests giving way to chiselled rocky peaks, and an endless blue sky with wisps of white. Here, the history and culture of a rugged mountain people and the waterways that connected them come alive as we paddle these majestic waterways.

Our kayaks glide effortlessly as we explore to fjord waters, we search out a little know sport to land for a delicious picnic lunch before slipping back on the water.


How it Works!

  • Our driver will be at the agreed upon meeting point about 15 minutes prior to our arranged meeting time.

  • He/she will have the required trip paperwork for you to complete and sign.

  • Gear Up! Once the paperwork is do then it is time to get ready to go.

  • All ready, it’s time to load into your waiting kayaks

  • If you are cycling with us, then we quickly adjust the bike seats and fit your helmet before rolling out on tour.

Important Items to Bring with you!
  • A water bottle filled with water

  • Rain Jacket & Pants

  • Sunglasses with 100% UV protection (Chums or Croakies type retainer highly recommended)

  • Sunscreen (waterproof)

  • Camera

Highlights

  • KMT’s world-class, certified, professional guides
  • Grand vistas
  • The seemingly painted backdrop of the majestic Sunnmøre Alps
  • Historic landmarks
  • Islands & fjords
  • KMT’s choice equipment
  • Hearty homemade picnic lunch
  • Western Norway’s endless Sky
  • Bold horizons 
  • The Blue Sky & the Deep Blue Ocean

Route

  1. Storfjord